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    Publisher: Waverley Books

    MacMillan Modern Black:: Waverley Genuine Tartan Cloth Commonplace Notebook (9cm x 14cm)

    £9.99
    Bound in genuine MacMillan Modern Black tartan cloth made in Britain and supplied with the authority of Kinloch Anderson, this pocket hardback notebook is 14 x 9cm, with 176 pages - each spread has left blank, right ruled pages. With stained edges, ribbon marker, a bookmark and inner note holder.
    ISBN: 9781849344753
    AuthorRon Grosset
    Pub Date01/06/2018
    BindingHardback
    Pages176
    Availability: In Stock

    Bound in genuine MacMillan Modern Black tartan cloth made in Britain and supplied with the authority of Kinloch Anderson, this pocket hardback notebook is 14 x 9cm, with 176 pages - each spread has left blank, right ruled pages. With stained edges, ribbon marker, a bookmark and inner note holder this notebook is part of the real cloth tartan notebooks from Waverley Scotland. Made with acid-free paper from sustainable forests. The MacMillan Modern Black tartan is predominantly black and yellow with red and green. The MacMillan clan is claimed to be descended from Airbertach, a Hebridean prince who is said to be a grandson of King Macbeth. The current seat of the clan is Clan Macmillan Centre in Langbank, Renfrewshire. Harold Macmillan, British Prime Minister from 1957-1963 was the grandson of Daniel MacMillan (1813-1857), a Scottish crofter who founded Macmillan Publishers. Associated septs of the clan include: Baker, Baxter, Bell, Brown, Callum, Calman, Gibson, McGill, Milligan, Mullen and Walker.

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    Bound in genuine MacMillan Modern Black tartan cloth made in Britain and supplied with the authority of Kinloch Anderson, this pocket hardback notebook is 14 x 9cm, with 176 pages - each spread has left blank, right ruled pages. With stained edges, ribbon marker, a bookmark and inner note holder this notebook is part of the real cloth tartan notebooks from Waverley Scotland. Made with acid-free paper from sustainable forests. The MacMillan Modern Black tartan is predominantly black and yellow with red and green. The MacMillan clan is claimed to be descended from Airbertach, a Hebridean prince who is said to be a grandson of King Macbeth. The current seat of the clan is Clan Macmillan Centre in Langbank, Renfrewshire. Harold Macmillan, British Prime Minister from 1957-1963 was the grandson of Daniel MacMillan (1813-1857), a Scottish crofter who founded Macmillan Publishers. Associated septs of the clan include: Baker, Baxter, Bell, Brown, Callum, Calman, Gibson, McGill, Milligan, Mullen and Walker.